Nautilus stock added to two indexes, closes up 19 cents



Nautilus Inc., a Vancouver-based manufacturer of fitness equipment, said Monday that its stock has been added to the Russell Global and Russell 2000 indexes.

“This reflects the positive momentum of our business and successful execution of our strategic initiatives over the past few years,” said Bruce Cazenave, CEO of Nautilus.

The company’s stock, which trades as NLS, closed up 19 cents Monday, at $8.88 per share. The company’s shares have traded between $2.28 and $9.08 in the past 52 weeks.